Kagame swears-in new Minister of Justice, Dr. Ugirashebuja

President Paul Kagame has officiated the swearing-in ceremony of the newly appointed Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Dr. Emmanuel Ugirashebuja and promised collaboration to fulfill his duties.

Dr. Ugirashebuja was appointed to the position recently on Friday 17th September 2021.

As he received oath of the new minister, Kagame thanked him for accepting to assume heavy responsibilities as a cabinet member and wished him success on his duties.

Kagame said that Dr. Ugirashebuja and his colleagues have the capacity to understand the nature of responsibilities being assumed and justice that people deserve.

“This will help us to continue solving different problems. Rwandans have higher expectations from the entire government and different ministries. It is understandable that Rwandans need justice they deserve,” he said.

Kagame highlighted that Dr. Ugirashebuja is not a new comer in the field adding that he was prepared following his appointment. The President also assured him collaboration to deliver on expectation.

“As usual, we shall work together to solve problems facing Rwandans or the country. We shall collaborate with the newly sworn-in minister to fulfill our duties,” he said.

Dr. Ugirashebuja is married with two kids.

Speaking to IGIHE recently, Dr. Ugirashebuja revealed that he is always keen on learning new things to succeed.